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investigation tonight at 5:00. sal castanedo, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, sal. >>> and this just in, governor jerry brown announced he is running for re-election. he just announced this minutes ago. he broke the announcement on twitter. his campaign later released a statement touting his successes. >>> more rain is on the way for the bay area. but take a look from this live picture in oakland. as you can see, it's partly sunny right now. still quite a bit of blue sky there. however, it won't stay that way. rain will soon be back. mark tamayo is here with how much rain we've already received and when we can expect the next storm. >> storm one was a productive one across a good portion of the bay area, especially last night into early this morning. it's been a very productive month in terms of terms in northern california and rainfall. the most recent one you can see the totals adding up in the north bha and san rafael. 1.86 inches. that's from yesterday right on through early this morning. san francisco nearly an inch. san jose .69 and hayward nearly an inch of rain. we'll be adding
with claims of bullying and sexual harassment has been hit with violence once again. ktvu's tara moriarty is live in martinez with how hercules high school is responding to an attack of a transgender student in a boys' bathroom. >> reporter: parents and students say they were surprised by this attack recent one -- the second one in just the past few months. this morning, school flirls held an emergency -- officials held an emergency meeting. parents said they were shocked that a male transgender student was sexually assaulted in a bathroom yesterday during school. >> i'm very bothered by it. as parents, we did not receive a phone call. i actually heard from the students. >> reporter: another parent said her kids are worried about safety. >> they said not again, hercules, not our school. please, no. we don't want this. >> reporter: police say a 15- year-old freshman who identifies himself as a male was attacked by three boys ages 16 and 17 after using the boys' bathroom. >> i'm not so surprised if this happened at hercules high school. >> reporter: james rose says he is surprised this part
chances will be added to the forecast. >>> we have ktvu's team coverage as some residents around the bay area prepare for possible flooding and crews take steps to try to minimize any storm-related damage. >>> and we're monsterring the traffic and we'll talk -- monsterring the traffic and -- monsterring the traffic and we'll talk to the chp about what to prepare for as drivers develop chur out onto the wet roads -- venture out on the wet. >>> the first of the rain begins to arrive. people have begun to pick up sandbags, clear out gutters and trim trees ahead of the rain expected over the next few days. we have ktvu team coverage with reporters covering all over the bay area, from the south bay to the east bay and the slick road conditions in between. we start with mark tamayo tracking the rain. >> the first waves of rain, the first round of rain pushing across parts of the bay area. picking up, as you can see on live stormtracker2, we've been watching this. right now the steadiest activity is up in the north bay. you can see the greens and the yellows showing up there. there's the live d
looking over pretty gray scene toward the bay bridge. we have ktvu team coverage with our reporters spread out across the bay area tracking fladded roadways -- flooded roadways, downed trees and weather- related traffic accidents. stormwatch starts now. we begin here with rosemary tracking the conditions right now. >> yes. you were here when it was really storming. still at this hour, the wet weather continues. the spotty showers will be with us through your entire friday. you can see stormtracker2 showing you a combination of light showers and moderate showers. we have a few falling over livermore. let's start in the south bay area where we have light scattered showers over san jose. morgan hill and gilroy reporting light showers as well. if we shift into the central portions of the bay, we'll get closer in and around livermore where moderate rain is falling around 580, pleasanton, sunol, you may have moderate rain falling over your city as well. as we get into the central bay and north bay, you can see very sporadic rain showers falling but the bay bridge right now, a wet one. san franci
fighting for their lives including a toddler this is ktvu channel 2 news at noon. >> reporter: high school students are mourninging the lost of a friend she was struck and killed by a fray train yesterday. she was 14 years old, here is more on how the school is handling the news. >> reporter: some students found out as they arrived to campus that morning so you can imagine what a difficult day has already been. >> reporter: 14-year-old jenna betty was struck and killed by the fray trains. >> she was always laughing she was always sitting at the lunch table laughing. >> reporter: just hours after, jenna's mother posted this, she was sitting on the train tracks with her boyfriend, the horn blew to alert them. she cleared and dropped her phone and the train creates a vacuum and suction you in and we are beyond devastated. >>> students don't know what to do with the feelings they have. some students are saying, let's wear pink because it was her favorite color. >> students wore pink clothes and condolences have been out, r i p jenna betty. she had a smile and she was always a phenomenal athlet
what to do with the claim. tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> the investigation is underway for the person hit by a b.a.r.t. train overnight. brian flores has the major delays and closures that impacted the commutes. good afternoon, brian. >> reporter: this is information we learned a short time ago. we're about a quarter mile south of the south hayward b.a.r.t. station. that key piece of evidence is along a fence line similar to what you see right here. not too far from here bart is examining at least two holes found along the fence line that enclose esthe b.a.r.t. tracks and may provide more answers into how this happened. it's unclear how big the holes were but sources say it appears that one of the cases somebody somehow took the bolts off the fence and simply slit it open. now, these fences are not easily accessible to the public and there is an encampment nearby where the holes why found. a man was hit by a train and killed. he has yet to be identified but b.a.r.t. says he was a trespasser and not a b.a.r.t. employee. they say as the investigation continues it does not
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